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All books are first printings of first editions or first American editions unless otherwise noted.

(Salt Lake City), (Dream Garden), (1982). The second of the Wilderness calendars, with work by a number of prominent photographers, and text by Edward Abbey, Tom McGuane, Leslie Marmon Silko, Ann Zwinger, Lawrence Clark Powell, Wallace Stegner, Barry Lopez, Frank Waters, William Eastlake, John Nichols, and others. This copy has been signed by Eastlake and Powell, and photographers John Telford, Tom Till, Fred Hirschmann and Chris Wangsgard -- several of the finest and most highly respected photographers of the natural world working today. Fine. [#010416] $125
NY, Simon & Schuster, (1991). Her second novel, an ambitious attempt to retell 500 years of history from a Native American perspective, by viewing the damaged lives of a group of contemporary Indian drug dealers and misfits, and the anger and fervor of a group of revolutionaries. The central image of an "almanac of the dead" -- a pre-Columbian book of divination -- provides the historical link that unites her contemporary characters with their more glorious forebears. This copy is inscribed by the author in the month before publication "For _____,/ A wonderful care-/ taker and mid-wife/ to this novel!" and dated October 13, 1991. Small bump to upper corner, otherwise fine in a fine dust jacket. [#025746] $100
(Alamo), (Holmgangers), (1975). Drawings by Yava, a Hopi/Navajo/Tewa artist, introduced by Leslie Silko. Yava is an important Native American artist, and highly collected these days. This is an early publication for him, as it is for Silko, preceding her first novel. Signed by Silko. Near fine in wrappers. [#025754] $100
NY, Simon & Schuster, (1991). The uncorrected proof copy of her second novel, an ambitious attempt to retell 500 years of history from a Native American perspective, by viewing the damaged lives of a group of contemporary Indian drug dealers and misfits, and the anger and fervor of a group of revolutionaries. The central image of an "almanac of the dead" -- a pre-Columbian book of divination -- provides the historical link that unites her contemporary characters with their more glorious forebears. Small coffee stain front cover; near fine in wrappers. [#019721] $45
NY, Simon & Schuster, (1996). The uncorrected proof copy of this collection of essays. Fine in wrappers. [#016017] $45
(NY), Simon & Schuster, (1999). Her third novel. Fine in a fine dust jacket and signed by the author. [#025750] $25
NY, Seaver Books, (1981). The simultaneous issue in wrappers. Light diagonal crease front cover, and hole punched in rear cover over original printed price. Just about very good. [#003681] $20
(NY), (Seaver), (1986). The second edition. Only issued in wrappers. Near fine. [#003682] $20
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